EHS Global Alert
What this service is:
EHS Global Alert provides the most accurate, efficient way to maintain crucial awareness of rapidly changing international environment, health, and safety laws, regulations, and policy developments.
What it helps you do:
- Trust the world’s most respected publisher of environmental and governmental information, whose expert editors prepare detailed abstracts of all proposed and amended EHS legislation, as it moves, in each country covered, through every stage of that government’s regulatory process.
- Don’t miss another critical action in EHS law or policy –- developments that can make or break your business — virtually anywhere in the world.
- Protect your markets and operations. Consult information from other countries that’s otherwise hard to find, delivered directly to your e-mail inbox.
- Manage risks and avoid liabilities. Track the latest regulatory requirements you must comply with, and evaluate your operations and activities accordingly, to ensure cost-effective compliance, shoulder new responsibilities, and avoid penalties.
- Anticipate change. Monitor new regulatory and policy developments in order to prioritize their real and potential impacts on your operations and markets. Use that information to develop programs for improving your business and environmental performance.
- Integrate environment, health, and safety considerations into your corporate strategies. When you improve your understanding of how existing and new requirements affect your products and services, you can design and implement appropriate systems and programs for long-term success.
- Customize your monthly e-mail alert of topical abstracts to include only the countries and topics of interest to you.
- Search the Web archive containing hundreds of constantly updated abstracts on current policy activity in individual countries. Copies of full summaries (expanded versions of abstracts) may be ordered for a fee from BNA PLUS
This service is part of the BNA International’s Intellectual Property Law Resource Centre. You can access the Intellectual Property Law Resource Centre on 15-day free trial below.